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The Kindle Hack That Automatically Adjusts Brightness (So You Don't Have To)

When you're in a dim or dark environment, looking at a bright screen can feel like staring down a car with its high beams on. Not only is this squinty and uncomfortable but it can also have negative effects on your health. Eye strain aside, blue light from your phone and other device screens could be giving you under-eye wrinkles, causing headaches, and interrupting your sleep by messing with your body's natural production of melatonin.

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    • Living • Books When you're in a dim or dark environment, looking at a bright screen can feel like staring down a car with its high beams on. Not only is …

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